Cast thy burden upon the Lord, and He shall sustain thee.@Psalm 55:22

Emma G. Dietrich, 1901. Appeared in The Gospel Hymn Book, edited by Daniel B. Towner (Dayton, Ohio: Lorenz Publishing Company, 1903), number 31.

Edward M. Fuller (🔊 pdf nwc).

Oh, aching heart, with sorrow torn,
Thy Lord is near and knows;
He knows it all—the feet way worn,
The weary cares and woes,
The load of grief in anguish borne,
The Lord is near, He knows.

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He knows, He knows,
Thy Lord is near, He knows.

Oh, fainting soul, with doubts oppressed,
Thy Lord is near and knows;
He knows it all—how thou art pressed
On every side with foes;
He waits to be thy cherished guest;
The Lord is near, He knows.

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Oh, weary head, that fain would rest,
Thy Lord is near and knows;
He knows it all, and on His breast
Thou mayest now repose;
Drop every care at His behest,
The Lord is near, He knows.

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Oh, lonely one, live thou thy best,
Thy Lord is near and knows;
He knows it all, sees every test,
Yes, every tear that flows;
Rejoice, faint heart, His way is best,
Thy Lord is near, He knows.

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